I'm a lawyer. I feel most competent in constitutional law. This means I'm constantly recovering from the trauma of being alive in these times.
In my doctoral work, I'm trying to understand constitutional claims outside courts - or the gulf between the Constitution of India & the constitution of India.
I'm currently teaching the law & science module to science undergrads, developing an RPG for children to work the Constitution democratically, and writing writing writing.
I'm feeling quite strongly about being anchored in a community of similarly minded peers, so obviously fleeing twitter for here was an easy thing.
Took me days to write this intro because I needed a moment's pause and some mental clarity from above mentioned trauma and brain fog, to be able to do this. :P
@malavika Hello hello! Looking forward to your Toots on constitutional law. And if you ever figure out the new instance pls do tell! Would follow it eagerly.
@malavika ,, can you tell which one is more important ?, the law or the purpose behind its existence
@malavika I actually laughed out loud at this para: "I'm a lawyer. I feel most competent in constitutional law. This means I'm constantly recovering from the trauma of being alive in these times."
Dark dark dark funny.
@malavika welcome. Looking forward to learning some consti. That is an area of law i usual stay far far away from.